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Liberals are in trouble

To the editor:

I’d agree with B.C. Conservative Party leader John Cummins. The Liberal brand is broken, and the figures that I saw were that fewer than one in four B.C Conservatives supported merging with the B.C. Liberals and this was after the by-election.

This does not bode well for Premier Christy Clark who seems determined to pilot her party into oblivion.

Blake Newton, Kelowna

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